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At the Dickey Center: Different Takes on Terrorism, Security

Dickey Center Chase Peace Program: "Unveiling the Scaffolding of State Terror: Art, Theater, and Protest in Argentina"

The Chase Peace Prize recognizes the best senior thesis relating to the understanding of war and the promotion of world peace. On Monday, April 17, the Dickey Center will host a discussion with 2005 Chase Peace Prize winner Cortelyou Kenney '05 titled, "Unveiling the Scaffolding of State Terror: Art, Theater, and Protest in Argentina." The free public event will take place from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in Filene Auditorium, Moore Hall.

Assistant Professor of Art History Mary Coffey, who was a co-advisor for Kenney's thesis with Professor of Spanish Raúl Bueno-Chavez, will moderate the discussion. Other panelists will include Marguerite Feitlowitz, professor of literature at Bennington College, and Ines Katzenstein, art critic and curator at Malba-Coleccion Costantini in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Kenney is currently working in Santiago, Chile, for the human rights organization CODEPU. Her year in Chile is supported by the Dickey Center through the Richard D. Lombard Public Service Program, which awards grants to recent alumni who wish to enhance their undergraduate classroom work by participating in post-graduation public service.

Dickey Center Public Seminar: "Women in Security"

On Thursday, April 20, Ambassador Ken Yalowitz, director of the John Sloan Dickey Center, will moderate a panel discussion on "Women in Security." The free, public event will be held in 105 Dartmouth Hall at 4:30 p.m. Panel participants will include: Ambassador Avis Bohlen, adjunct professor, Georgetown University; Alina Romanowski, deputy assistant secretary of professional and cultural exchanges, U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs; and Mara Rudman '84, senior partner, Quorum Strategies, and senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, Washington, D.C.

For further information about these events, contact the Dickey Center at 646-2023 or visit

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Last Updated: 12/17/08